Manchester City have spent the most net money of all clubs since 2013. This is followed by city rivals Manchester United, according to a list compiled by the BBC.
In recent years, the big European clubs have spent more and more money to achieve success on the football field. Now the British BBC has compiled a list of the ten clubs that have spent the most money net since June 2013.
The BBC has added up the cost of all the new acquisitions that the clubs have made and then deducted revenue from player sales. Unsurprisingly, the list shows an English dominance, where all of the "Big Six" clubs are in the top 10.
Paris Saint-Germain (third) and Bayern Munich (eight) are the only clubs on the list that were not in the failed attempt to launch a super league a couple of weeks ago.
Here is the entire top 10 list
Manchester City (ENG) 949 082 325,00 Euro
Manchester United (ENG) 824 177 190,00 Euro
Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) 622 558 665,00 Euro
Barcelona (SPA) 519 290 640,00 Euro
Arsenal (ENG) 495 686 520,00 Euro
Chelsea (ENG) 347 152 219,93 Euro
Liverpool (ENG) 246 841 946,75 Euro
Bayern München (GER) 237 991 040,29 Euro
Tottenham (ENG) 197 670 244,21 Euro
Real Madrid (SPA) 191 795 271,74 Euro